Thomas J. Duff
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Thomas J. Duff was an architect noted for his design of a number of religious buildings for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York during its major expansion at the beginning of the 20th century.
Buildings designed by Duff
- Saint Malachy's Roman Catholic Church (1903) on West 49th Street in Manhattan.
- Immaculate Conception Church (1908) in Tuckahoe
- St. Lucy's Church (1914–15) on East 104th Street in Manhattan.
- Rectory of St. Cecilia Parish (1927) at 125 East 106th Street in Manhattan.